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High-D

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Lost in too many variables and data records?
Here is the way to multidimensional visual analytics.

Parallel coordinates visualization of olive characteristics Discover the power of parallel coordinates
High-D is a versatile tool for revealing hidden features, highlighting trends and relationships, and finding anomalies in datasets of any size. At its heart is a powerful interactive parallel coordinates plot for quick data access, analytical, and presentation purpose. Importing data from a wide variety of file formats and databases is a breeze... and it scales to big data.
Extract insights from visual patterns
High-D closeup Parallel coordinates works by having vertical axis per data column and each row is displayed as a series of connected points along the axes. Using our innate pattern-recognition abilities, it enables spotting multivariate relations in a blink. Thanks to its unique density-based approach to avoid overplotting, and the choice between straight and curved geometries, relations and trends emerge immediately.
Find the gold-plated needles in a haystack
High-D closeup In term of interaction, High-D provides direct visual brushing and filtering means and is complemented with a iTunes-like column browser. The visual appearance of the display is highly configurable. Axis can be reordered, rescaled, and compressed with one another. Many options allow you to further fine-tune the visualization.
Available today for Windows, Mac, and Linux
Works on Windows, Mac, and Linux Macrofocus High-D is currently in beta version and is priced fairly at US$ 139 per user (this is an unique offer during the beta period, price will be increased when the final release will be available) with volume discount available. Try it already today by requesting a free 30-days evaluation license. Your feedback will be most appreciated by our support team.
February 20, 2014
High-D v. 1.0rc6 is available! You can download it here. It features many bug fixes and improvements. It comes bundled with a selection of example datasets.
January 1, 2014
We wish you clear skies in 2014!